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Ruger Announces Second Custom Shop 10/22 Competition Rifle

Ruger Announces Second Custom Shop 10/22 Competition Rifle

Ruger has introduced its third addition to the newly launched Ruger Custom Shop gun, a 10/22 Competition Rifle that features a natural brown laminate stock and stainless steel barrel.



The rifle, the second 10/22 Competition Rifle from the Custom Shop, features a hard-coat anodized, CNC-machined, heat-treated and stress-relieved 6061-T6511 aluminum receiver with an integral, optics-ready, 30 MOA Picatinny rail. The custom receiver is paired with a heat-treated and nitrided CNC-machined match bolt that creates a tight-fitting, smooth action. The dual bedding system incorporates a second bedding lug, ensuring the receiver is securely bedded to the stock. This rifle also features an innovative second barrel locator to provide a free-floating barrel for superior accuracy. The receiver incorporates a rear cleaning port, providing access to the barrel from the rear of the receiver for ease of cleaning.



The 16⅛” stainless-steel bull barrel features black Cerakote accents and is fluted to reduce weight and dissipate heat. The ½” 28-thread pattern accommodates the included muzzle brake or other popular muzzle accessories. The barrel also features a proprietary, enhanced semi-automatic chamber, which has proven to increase accuracy and precision while not compromising reliable feeding and extraction.

The natural brown laminate stock features a fully adjustable cheek rest, which can be repositioned horizontally and vertically to create a custom-adjusted feel that is stable, comfortable and repeatable.



This feature-packed 10/22 comes equipped with: the popular Ruger BX-Trigger; an oversized bolt handle; a match bolt release; and an extended, ambidextrous magazine release.

This rifle ships in a hard case and includes a detachable 10-round rotary magazine, Ruger Custom Shop Certificate of Authenticity, challenge coin, cleaning cloth and decal.

For more information, visit Ruger.com.

 

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